We bring the science to your classroom! Science on Wheels Workshops consist of hands-on, grade-specific content based on Arizona State Education Standards. They are designed for a single class or similarly-sized group.

Each K-1 Science on Wheels program is designed for up to 30 participants and is approximately 60 minutes per sessions. The first session costs $300, and each additional session costs $225*.

*Discounted sessions/hours must be the same Workshop on the same day.

For more information or to schedule a program, please fill out the reservations request form.

Grades K-1 Programs Packet | Reservations Request Form


We’re going to have a blast! Design, build and test your own rockets using a specially-engineered stomp rocket launch pad.

Explore the scientific relationship between gravity, force and motion through various hands-on physics experiments. Engineer ramps, knock down bowling pins and make a bouncy ball to take home!

Pop! Mix up your own bubble solution, create and test unique bubble wands, and observe a giant bubble from the inside!

What can you build? Learn about engineering, math, and architecture as you complete multiple building challenges including recreating famous structures from around the world.

Meet Kibo, a robot that introduces young scientists to coding using blocks! Build and program your robot to complete a series of movements and sounds.

Join our journey of rainbow science as we mix up colorful art, color-changing chemistry experiments and make a lava lamp to take home.

Discover characteristics of insects as you observe live critters, “see” like a bug and build a terrarium.

Who stole the cookies from the cookie jar? Learn how to analyze fingerprints and use detective tools, then use those skills to solve the cookie jar mystery!

Discover the characteristics of light and shadows by hunting for shadows, exploring light mixing and creating shadows with a variety of objects.

Use the engineering design process to brainstorm, build and decorate a Scribble Bot. What unique designs can your robot scribble?

Explore the star that provides light, heat and energy. Safely observe the Sun with solar telescopes and create art projects that harness its power!

Explore your favorite planets and stars in space! Learn how to use a real telescope, build a constellation viewer and see the Moon up-close.

Explore the longest system in the human body: the digestive system! This hands-on program illustrates how food travels through our bodies and gives us the nutrients we need to survive.

Design soaring helicopters and test them out in our specially-engineered wind tunnel.